Given the importance of down to the fraction-of-a-second timing in sportscar racing, cars and watches have always had a close relationship, especially in the era before digital timekeeping. The Officine Autodromo Prototipo Chronograph watch takes inspiration from the vintage racing chronograph watches of the late 1960s and 70s, but adds clean, modern detailing at every turn.
Featuring subregisters to measure seconds up to 24 hours, a pulsometer to calculate heart rate and a tachymeter that calculates the average speed, the Prototipo Chronograph offers a full range tools a driver might need. Powered by a Seiko VK64 chronograph hybrid meca-quartz movement, it promises the perfect combination of quartz precision and mechanical beauty. To further celebrate the prototype era of racing, Autodromo is also releasing a limited edition of the Prototipo Chronograph dedicated to Vic Elford, the living legend of motorsports. Inspired by Elford’s colorful Porsche 907, the Vic Elford Prototipo has a yellow and white dial and comes in special edition packaging with a 44 page booklet hand-signed by Elford. It’s an incredibly stylish timepiece that balances old-school looks with modern detailing.
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